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    Citroen e-Berlingo M

    800 100kW 50kWh Enterprise Edition Auto

    2.39 tonnes


    0.80 tonnes


    254 miles


    1.82 metres

    Load length

    1.24 metres

    Load height

    1.55 metres

    Load width

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    84 mph

    Top speed

    136 bhp




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    Battery size

    254 miles


    0-100 mins

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    Front Wheel Drive


    Key features.

    • Air conditioning
    • Remote central locking with deadlocking, selective cab and load area locking via 3 button plip remote control key
    • Electric front windows with one touch operation
    • Dashboard mounted central locking push button and auto locking above 7mph
    • Curitiba cloth upholstery
    • Nearside side sliding door
    • Electrically adjustable door mirrors with temperature sensor
    Citroen Berlingo


    182 mi.


    Main road.

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    Standard and fast charging available

    Charging port location.

    True Front.

    Charging port

    True Front.

    Fast charging port


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    Battery capacity

    70 kWh.

    Battery useable

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    Rapid charger (1860kW)/(7.4%)

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    Rapid charger (136kW)/(N1%)

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    Citroen Berlingo review.

    Citroen's e-Berlingo van is often a go-to choice in the market for small full-battery LCVs. Jonathan Crouch finds out why.

    Ten second review.

    Citroen's e-Berlingo aims to set the standard for small EV vans. All the figures seem to stack up - and it's a little more affordable than some obvious rivals too. But the price premium to switch to electric still requires serious thought. This Citroen though, might reward operators prepared for just that.


    For decades now, Citroen's Berlingo has been one of the market's go-to choices when it comes to small vans. Appropriately then, it was one of the very first to be offered in full-electric form, the resulting e-Berlingo model matching the usability of its diesel counterpart. This Stellantis Group shared design replicates what you can also have with full-electric versions of the Peugeot Partner, the Vauxhall Combo, the Fiat Doblo and the Toyota Proace City. But Citroen hopes that decades of LCV experience with its dealer network will give it an advantage when operators are making up their minds. It's billed as an electric van with no compromise. Is it? Let's see.

    Design and Build.

    There's very little outward differentiation to identify this particular Berlingo's all-electric status. Unless you notice the lack of tailpipes and the addition of a charging flap, the badging is the only real giveaway. As in the combustion range, there's a choice of standard M or long wheelbase XL body styles, which both have a sliding door (the XL has two). At first glance, the cab doesn't seem much different either, but closer inspection reveals different instrumentation and an e-Toggle drive mode selector in place of the gearshift. The drive modes are selected by a switch alongside. There's the usual two-person passenger front seat. Avoiding base trim gets you quite a different cab feel. First, the plusher 'Driver Edition' variant replaces the base version's analogue dials and 3.5-inch instrument display with a 10-inch digital instrument screen and a complementing 8-inch centre infotainment screen. And secondly, the more expensive derivative includes Citroen's 'Extenso' package (optional on the base model) where, as on the ordinary derivative, the passenger seat back folds down to create a desk surface. If you get a model fitted with the 8-inch centre touchscreen (or add that as an option), it'll come with 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. There is no lack of storage space in the cab: 16 storage points according to Citroen, these including a 15-litre area in the centre console.

    Market and Model.

    After deduction of the available £2,500 Plug-in van grant, Citroen wants around £28,500 from you for this e-Berlingo Electric excluding VAT. This undercuts the comparable Vauxhall Combo Electric by around £1,500 but it's still nearly £10,000 than the comparable diesel version. With this EV model, there's a choice of 'Enterprise Edition' or plusher 'Driver Edition' levels of trim. The base price just quoted is for the short wheelbase M version. It's probably worth stretching to the long wheelbase XL variant, which only costs around £850 more. There's also a Crew Van variant with a second fold-out seating row, only available in 'Enterprise Edition' trim for around £31,000- ex VAT after grant deduction. Both levels of trim include quite a lot. You can tick off twin sliding side doors, air conditioning and an 8-inch centre infotainment touchscreen with 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. You also get cruise control, a colour 3.5-inch multi-information instrument binnacle display, Bluetooth, a DAB audio system and door mirrors that are heated and power adjustable. 'Driver Edition' trim gets you a 'Visibility Pack' with automatic wipers, heated and powered folding mirrors and front fog lights. With 'Driver Edition' trim, Citroen also includes its 'Extenso' system which allows you to push through items from the cargo bay into the cab and fold down the passenger seat to create a handy table. Across the range, there are two USB ports in the cab and your dealer will offer you accessories like rubber floor mats and ply lining for the load space.

    Cost of Ownership.

    If you're thinking of making the switch to an e-Berlingo, you'll be pleased to learn that the EV powertrain doesn't compromise practicality. Total capacity depends on your choice between standard M (4.4-metres long) and long XL (4.75-metres long) body styles. There's the usual side-opening siding door and twin side-hinged rear doors that open to 180 degrees. The M version offers 3,090mm of cargo area load length, with a maximum load height of 1,200mm and a maximum load width between the wheel arches of 1,229mm. The XL body shape offers 3,440mm of cargo area load length. Yet more space can be freed up with the clever 'Extenso' feature. This uses a folding front passenger bench to add an extra 0.4m3, while also increasing the maximum load length by 1.3m. Maximum load volume including the 'Extenso' system on the M version is 3.8m3; on the XL model, it's 4.4m3. The maximum payload is up to 800kg (750kg for the XL) and there's a 1-tonne towing capacity - all figures being the same as with the diesel version. We gave you the range figure - 171 miles - in our 'Driving' section: bear in mind that with any extended high-speed driving, you'll see that figure plummet very quickly. You can charge the 50kWh battery from a 100kW public rapid charger from 0-80% in 30 minutes. When connected to a 7kW garage wallbox, you'll need seven and a half hours to fully replenish the battery; or five hours with an 11kW onboard charger. This Citroen can't match the 10 year warranty cover you get on a comparable Toyota Proace City Electric but there's the usual 3 year/60,000 mile warranty and the battery gets separate cover up that promises to retain up to 70% of its capacity over 8 years or 100,000 miles.


    If you can justify the price premium over the diesel model, there are lots of reasons to like the e-Berlingo van over its diesel counterpart. It's better to drive than the black pump-fuelled model and the capacity and payload figures are just as good. The range is class competitive too, though you'll need to be aware that the real world driving mileage figures may not come quite as close as you'd like to the official stats. Of course, you can get much the same package with full-electric versions of the Peugeot Partner, the Vauxhall Combo, the Fiat Doblo and the Toyota Proace city. But Citroen's dealers are often particularly competitive on price - and well versed in the needs of commercial operators. If that's enough to persuade you into a new EV era for your fleet's small vans with this e-Berlingo, you shouldn't be disappointed with what you get here.

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